Farewell Trion

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  • #78399
    JBounds
    JBounds
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    This tune is really cool. I’ve been working on it and has lots of things going on in it, especially slides. And those are so fun and addictive as fiddlewood said they’d be.

    Has anyone else learned this one? You gotta try it if you haven’t.

    Only thing is I think I’m getting lost a little cause it has 3 parts. Something I’m not use to.

    If anyone has played 3 part tunes. What did you do to learn it better?

     

    #78404
    cricket
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    I just went over to the lessons page and listened to it…thanks for bringing the topic up.  I’ve never tried it, and I guess I never heard it before that I can remember, and really I thought by the title it must be a Celtic tune…lol ( no idea why I thought that)…and I don’t go near Irish or Celtic fiddling…I mean it sounds cool, but my head barely wraps around the old-timey stuff I like to do…I don’t think i could handle Irish stuff.  Anyway, I see now that it’s not…so…it is pretty neat…I might have to look at that lesson and see if I can learn it!

    #78408
    JBounds
    JBounds
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    I actually thought the same thing that by the title it was maybe a Celtic tune.  Then I listened to it and it is pretty catchy tune. I love it. So started learning it last night.

    #78417
    cricket
    cricket
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    LOL…it’s so funny we both thought that.  I hope to hear you play it soon.  Have fun learning it!

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